So hopping cute! Bunnies around the world

In honor of the Easter holiday, we rounded up some photos of the floppiest and fluffiest bunnies we could find.

In honor of the Easter holiday, we rounded up some photos of the floppiest and fluffiest bunnies we could find.

Animal owners bring their pets to be Blessed by Archbishop Jose H. Gomez as part of the Easter celebrations at La Placita square in Los Angeles, California, on April 19, 2014.

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A rabbit jumps over an obstacle during the rabbit show jumping European Championship in Sempach, Switzerland, on January 31, 2015.

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Tetney, the Psychic White Rabbit makes his pronouncement on who would win the 2014 World Cup. Germany did win the tournament, the country's fourth title.

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A pet rabbit is walked on a leash on July 3, 2014 in Xi'an, China.

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Aeris Thomas, 8, fetches a Velveteen Lop to prepare it for judging during the 2015 Winter Classic rabbit show at the Central Panhandle Fairgrounds on Jan. 17, 2015, in Panama City, Florida.

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A Britannia Petite, who won best in breed stands at attention while being judged during the 2015 Winter Classic rabbit show at the Central Panhandle Fairgrounds on Saturday, Jan. 17, 2015, in Panama City, Florida.

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A rabbit wanders around prior to the start of the Tshwane Golf Open at Pretoria Country Club on March 11, 2015 in Pretoria, South Africa.

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Rabbit 'Little' jumps during the Kaninhop (rabbit-jumping) competition in Weissenbrunn vorm Wald, southern Germany on Sept. 1, 2013. Competitors take part in three different categories with an obstacle height ranging between 25 and 40 centimeters.

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A rabbit sits on a church bench during a mass at Catholic church "Herz Jesu" in Berlin on Oct. 19, 2013. The church opened its doors to all souls, including house pets and cuddly toys, and 20 children and their toys received a blessing, as well as a bird, rabbit and fish.

This was the first time the Catholic Church undertook such a mass, and it will be repeated, due to its success.

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These bunnies were rescued from a home in Ashland, Penn. on Sept. 18, 2013.


In this photo taken in 2006, Summer Kaneshiro, then 10, of Honolulu, cuddles her 6-week-old pet rabbit after having it blessed at the annual Pet Blessing Festival of Hawaii.

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A tourist feeds rabbits on Okunoshima Island on Feb. 24, 2014 in Takehara, Japan. The island, often called Usagi Jima or "Rabbit Island," is famous for the rabbit population that has taken over and become a tourist attraction.

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Rabbits look for food at the beach on "Rabbit Island" on Feb. 24, 2014 in Takehara, Japan. Many visitors now come to feed the animals and enjoy the island's tourist facilities, which include a resort, six hole golf course and camping grounds.

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A rabbit sits in a meadow and eats snowdrops in Sieversdorf, Germany on March 9, 2012.

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Four baby rabbits of the new breed "Rabbit of Cluj" in Cluj Napoca, Romania, March 21, 2012. The breed is currently being developed by Romanian biologist Botha Miklus.

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This wild young rabbit is sniffing a wildflower in a country garden, The Cotswolds, Oxfordshire, United Kingdom.

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Children sketch a rabbit from Drumlin Farms Wildlife Sanctuary as part of The Cogan Family Foundation Vacation Week Adventures at the Museum of Fine Arts during school vacation week in Boston, February 22, 2012.

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An English lop-eared rabbit on the judging table on January 28, 2012 in Harrogate, England. Approximately 3,000 animals attend the annual show, which runs over two days and was first held in 1921. The Rabbit Grand National attracts competitors from around Europe.

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An Angora rabbit waits to be judged at The 2012 Rabbit Grand National.

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A rabbit jumps over a hurdle at an obstacle course during the 5th Open Rabbit Sport Tournament on August 28, 2011 near Fulda, Germany. Eighty rabbits competed in light-weight, middle-weight and jumping-for-points categories based on rabbit hopping, a growing trend among pet rabbit owners in central Europe.

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A brown hare looks alert in a field in Hungary, April 18, 2011.

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Pet rabbits dressed in traditional Chinese costumes during a wedding ceremony in Hong Kong, where organizers also attempted to deliver messages of promoting kindness to animals, February 13, 2011.

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Rabbits for sale at Glodok market in Jakarta's Chinatown on February 3, 2011. Asia rang in the Year of the Rabbit with blasts of fireworks, colorful lion dances and prayers.

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A rabbit trying to eat food gets stuck in a cup during a snow carnival in Beijing, Jan. 31, 2011.

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Owners display their rabbit in fancy dress and dark goggles during a rabbit fashion contest at the Rabbit Festa in Yokohama city in suburban Tokyo, on November 15, 2009. Some 8,000 rabbit lovers visited the annual two-day event.

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In a photo taken in 2008. BoonLua, a long-tailed macaque, snuggles with his companion Toby, a rabbit, in Ayutthaya province in Thailand. The 6-year-old wild monkey lost both its legs and one arm during an attack by dogs. It dragged itself to a nearby temple where it received medical treatment and survived. He now lives in a custom built enclosure with the rabbit.

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A rabbit on Okunoshima Island, Japan on March 15, 2009. The origin of the rabbits on the so-called "Rabbit Island" is somewhat of a mystery. Officials say that a local elementary school released of 8 of their ancestors in 1971, while other sources say they were originally brought to the island to perform laboratory testing of chemicals.

The island housed a gas factory producing much of the chemical weapons that were used by the Japanese army on the Chinese mainland during World War II. Nowadays, Okunoshima has been cleaned up but ruins of the military fortifications and gas production and storage units can be found all over the island: Ruins that are only occupied by... the rabbits.

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